Worship for November 22, 2020

Here’s the liturgy we will be using for this morning’s service (NOTE – We will be celebrating Communion at the service this morning. This version of the service does not include that aspect of the service.) Peace be with you all! Worship for November 22, 2020

Worship for November 1, 2020 – All Saint’s Sunday

Here is the liturgy, including the sermon, which the Lunenburg Lutheran Parish used for our All Saint’s Sunday service on November 1st. Peace be with you as you remember those who have touched you with love, and encouraged you in your journey of faith. All Saint’s Sunday worship

Worship for the Home, with a twist!

Hi everyone. This week, we are doing something rather different. Because we are no longer stuck in our buildings for worship, this week’s service is a joint venture between the congregations of the Lunenburg Lutheran Parish (Zion in Lunenburg and Grace in First South), the Rose Bay Parish (St. Matthew’s in Rose Bay), and St.Continue reading “Worship for the Home, with a twist!”

Worship for the Home for July 12

As we work our way through this summer of 2020, we are blessed to be reminded that we do not go alone. The Bishops of our church, as well as their Assistants, are preparing reflections for each Sunday of the summer. This week’s message come from Deaconess Michelle Collins, Assistant to the Bishop of the Manitoba/NorthwestContinue reading “Worship for the Home for July 12”

Worship in Interesting Times

At the beginning of this year, we thought the big news story of 2020 was going to be the election campaign in the U.S. Then it was going to be the uncontrolled wildfires burning in Australia. Then it was going to be Covid-19. Then it was going to be “murder hornets.” Now it’s the murderContinue reading “Worship in Interesting Times”

Worship for June 7, 2020

This is Holy Trinity Sunday. It’s an anomaly as far as church festivals go. It’s not based on a story (like Pentecost or the Epiphany).  It’s not celebrating part of Jesus’ life (like Christmas or Easter).  It’s not remembering a person (like one of the saints or martyrs). Instead, it’s proclaiming a doctrine, a teaching,Continue reading “Worship for June 7, 2020”

The End of Easter

This was not the Easter season we were looking for. And as it draws to a close, we still cannot see the end of the pandemic. But we still cannot see the ending of hungry children in our world. Or violence against people who are different, simply because they are different. Or murdered and missingContinue reading “The End of Easter”